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Following about 20 hours of deliberation by the jury, Cadden was found guilty of racketeering, conspiracy and mail fraud but not guilty of the second degree murder and conspiracy to defraud the U.S. None said guilty to the two deaths that occurred in Florida. Cadden authorized shipping drugs that weren't confirmed as sterile and he used expired ingredients, the U.S.
  • You can now use Alexa in the Amazon app on your iPhone

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    Perhaps Amazon's native Alexa integration into iOS will be more robust. Or, just tap the microphone and say "play music" to jam out while you shop. Amazon said Alexa in the Amazon app supports "smart home capabilities". From there, you can use Alexa like you normally would, asking her to perform a variety of different tasks.
  • U.S. indicts Russian spies in Yahoo hack

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    The FSB sought "information for intelligence purposes, targeting journalists, dissidents, and US government officials", but the spy agency allowed its officials and the hackers to use the email caches for personal financial gain. Two of those charged , Dmitry Dokuchaev and Igor Sushchin , work for a cyber division known as "Center 18" at Russia's domestic intelligence agency, the FSB, the successor to the KGB.
  • Employers can now ban workers from wearing Islamic headscarves

    Employers can now ban workers from wearing Islamic headscarves

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    However, critics quickly voiced fears that the decision risks becoming a setback to all working Muslim women. The court ruled against Achbita , saying that because the company was not discriminating because its regulations prohibited all visible signs of any political, philosophical or religious beliefs "without distinction", according to the Guardian .
  • Texas Senate Passes 'Bathroom Bill,' Sending Measure to House

    Texas Senate Passes 'Bathroom Bill,' Sending Measure to House

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    Kolkhorst said her bill would ensure those rights are not "eroded", because the "blurring of gender" will harm women. Supporters say the bill would stop sexual predators from committing crimes in bathrooms; critics argue there's no evidence a problem actually exists.
  • Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs Cup stroll

    Son shines but Kane injury mars Spurs Cup stroll

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    Mauricio Pochettino is confident Tottenham Hotspur can cover the loss of Harry Kane. Pochettino admitted later to major concerns about Kane , who looks certain to miss England's games against Lithuania and Germany later this month. England worldwide Kane , the Premier League's joint top-scorer, had to hobble off after falling awkwardly and suffering an ankle injury in a sixth-minute challenge with defender Jake Cooper during their sixth round tie.
  • Great Barrier Reef witnessing second year of mass bleaching

    Great Barrier Reef witnessing second year of mass bleaching

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    The experts also discovered coral bleaching in the central part of the reef, which wasn't affected previous year. The scale of bleaching will be confirmed through surveys by reef scientists and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority , which is due to release some findings on Friday from aerial inspections on Thursday.
  • Google goes after Slack with revamped Hangouts

    Google goes after Slack with revamped Hangouts

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    According to TechCrunch , every meeting through Meet will come with a dial-in number, which has a PIN code attached. Hangouts Meet is generally available now, Google says, though it will gradually roll out to all G Suite customers over the next few weeks.
  • U.S. committee raises concerns over Trump's deleted tweets

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    They claim that any time President Trump deletes a post from Twitter, he might be breaking the law. Scrapping misspelled or hastily drafted tweets has been common practice for Trump in the past, including a recent instance where the word " hereby " had been incorrectly written as two words.
  • NASA Wins Hide-and-Seek Game With Lost Lunar Spacecraft

    NASA Wins Hide-and-Seek Game With Lost Lunar Spacecraft

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    Astronomers were able to spot two lost lunar spaceships by using NASA's radar technique. NASA uses giant radar dishes to detect things like asteroids millions of miles away, and it's pretty easy to track satellites in Earth's orbit, but there are awkward middle distances that aren't so easy to monitor.
  • Project Scorpio will support Mixed Reality in 2018

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    Microsoft's Alex Kipman said in a blog post; "We're also excited to share that Windows Mixed Reality experiences will light up on other devices over time, beyond the desktop and Microsoft HoloLens ". Furthermore, Microsoft pointed game developers interested in working with its headsets to the [email protected] program, an initiative created to get indie developers making games for Xbox One and Windows 10.